As you depart the military, you'll call upon a network of friends. According to Terry Howell, author of the Military Advantage, be a good friend. Don't just pop up on the radar when you need something. For more networking tips, see the video below, and to create a military transition plan for yourself, visit the Military.com Transition Center.
Networking for Military Transition: Video Tips
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